Last minute spring Musk Ox hunt opportunity!

Call Now for Special Pricing: 1.888.WEBBERS (932.2377) or Email Russ@WebbersLodges.com Due to unforeseen circumstances, two of our spring musk ox hunters had to cancel. This has created two incredible opportunities for anyone looking for a giant musk ox bull in Nunavut this spring! Here are the details: You arrive in Winnipeg, Manitoba on April 23 and spend the

How to Take Trophy Wild Game Photos. Part 1.

by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges 5 tips for setting up photos you can be proud of! Nothing brings back memories of a great adventure like quality photos of game taken on a special hunt. Many hunters are travelling greater distances than ever before, and with so many opportunities out there, time dictates many

Choosing a Firearm – 3 Important Factors

by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges On your hunt of a lifetime, rifle selection is crucial.  One of the most common questions asked by hunters is, "What size of rifle will I need to hunt (insert species here)?" My answer to this, and many of their questions, is much longer and in depth than

Corporate retreats at North Knife Lake Lodge

Corporate wilderness retreats have made a huge comeback over the past few years, especially at remote Canadian fishing lodges, and for good reason. Nature, physical activity, and team building without the hyperspeed distractions of today's busy world, form an extremely healthy corporate cocktail when it comes to increasing productivity at work. Webber’s Lodges has been

Hunt Shopping: 5 Important Questions to Ask

by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges Every year I visit with hundreds of potential clients while out on the sport show circuit. Based on what I’ve been asked most often over the years, I’ve compiled a list of the top five questions to ask an outfitter when shopping around for a hunt at a

Central Barren Ground Caribou Hunts. Update.

by Russ Mehling, General Manager, Webber's Lodges Caribou don’t always read the script. We learned this the hard way during our 2015 season. For the first time in 23 years, the caribou did not file through camp as usual. After the conclusion of our season we met with the Caribou Management Board, Manitoba Conservation, and

Fly fisherman finds gold in trout, polar bears

Imagine casting your fly into a pool of water that has never seen a human and having it attacked by a voracious 20-inch brook trout of the same bent. The winner is the trout that gets there first. And you "It was incredible," said Brian Irwin, the New England Field Editor for Fly Fisherman Magazine

Cranberry-glazed roast turkey breast

This festive recipe (and photo) by popular freelance travel and food writer Karen Burns-Booth of Lavender and Lovage was adapted from one of the creations in our Blueberries & Polar Bears Cookbook Series (Icebergs & Belugas, page 154) and originally appeared on the Great British Chefs Web site here. Karen is also a recipe developer with